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ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin 2022 - Issue 1
ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin 2021 - Issue 3
Extracts from ICC arbitral awards published in the Bulletin from 1990 to date.
Direct access to practical commentaries and academic studies across all publications.
Dispute Resolution news from around the world ...
ICC Activities news...
Yearly digest of facts and figures on ICC dispute resolution.
Guidelines and policy papers from ICC's rule-making and research body for dispute resolution.
DOCDEX - an accelerated ICC dispute resolution system.
Country-by-country information on local requirements and practices for enforcing awards.
Extracts from a selection of procedural orders issued in ICC arbitrations
Over the past ten to fifteen years, the UAE has moved to the forefront of arbitration in the MENA, having built a modern state-of-the-art arbitration infrastructure. To consolidate its position as a leading arbitration hub, the UAE has seen the adoption of the Federal Arbitration Law, which entered into effect on 16 June 2018.
In the 2nd half of the 20th century, scientific research unveiled the psychological mechanisms which contribute towards the forming of agreements. Mediation started to break impasses that negotiation could not resolve. This book shows how these findings result in an incredibly powerful method to negotiate contracts and treaties and resolve conflicts of all sorts.
A presentation and explanation of the 2012 ICC Rules of Arbitration with detailed references to the practices of the ICC International Court of Arbitration and its Secretariat.
Summaries of ICC awards on specific subjects, with an introductory commentary. Originally published in, and reproduced with the kind permission of, the Cahiers de l’arbitrage of the Gazette du Palais. In French.
Collection of 34 articles providing informed commentary by leading arbitration specialists on some of today’s most pressing subjects: procedural efficiency, arbitrator independence, investor-state dispute settlement, and more. Published in 2015 as a tribute to the outgoing President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration.
Set of lectures, given at the first conference on the potential for the arbitration of climate change related disputes, held in Paris on 7 December 2015 during COP21.
Digest of decisions about arbitration matters made by the UAE courts over the 20 years between 1993-2012.
Second Edition of the Summaries of UAE Courts’ Decisions on Arbitration.
Sixty-five essays by practitioners and scholars from over twenty countries dealing with arbitration law and practice and contemporary issues in international law and trade. Published in 2005 to honour Robert Briner, retiring Chairman of the ICC International Court of Arbitration. In English, French and German.
Updated in 2017, this invaluable guide clarifies the issues surrounding international contracts and will help lawyers and business people avoid the most common pitfalls.
Focussing on Investment, this book provides an overview of rules applicable to making and protecting foreign investments. It will enable the business community, in-house counsel, and government counsel to better understand the types of protection provided by international investment agreements and investment contracts, as well as the range of issues that arise in the arbitration of investment disputes.
The ICC New York Conference on International Arbitration is ICC’s flagship arbitration event for North America. Join us at the 17th edition for thought-provoking discussions and insights into the latest North American arbitration trends.
The conference features experts in the field as well as representatives from the ICC International Court of Arbitration, all on hand to engage with professionals wanting to keep pace with the latest arbitral developments. A prime networking opportunity, this one-day conference has become a major event in the international arbitration calendar. It is a must-attend event for arbitration professionals in North America.
The conference will be followed by an ICC Institute advanced training on "Dispute Boards" on 29 September 2022.
Who should attend?